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Great Barrier Reef

Great Barrier Reef

A world heritage listed marine park, the Great Barrier Reef extends for 2,300 km along the North Eastern coast of Australia. It’s the world’s largest coral reef system, comprising a network of about 2,900 individual reefs and home to nearly 2,000 species of fish. Whether taking a scenic flight, cruising, diving, snorkelling or admiring this wonder through an underwater viewing chamber, seeing it is one of the most magical experiences on the planet. Day tours of the Great Barrier Reef organized by Cruise Whitsundays depart from Hamilton Island Marina every day at 9am.
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